Learning isn't confined to a school room. (See my post from last year, when we were living in a rental: Homeschooling Without Borders.)
I know all those things, and yet, for the first time in our family's life, we have a dedicated space for most of our school items. This is a great blessing, even if we don't "do" all our school here (whatever that means).
Right now each girl has her own locker and I have two for my teacher's guides and some manipulatives. There are alphabet magnets on one side and more art displayed on both sides. Markers and some science equipment are on top, out of reach of the younger two.
The girls also have this desk (Polly did the painting herself!) in their room so someone can work away from the crowd, if necessary.
From Bannister to Built-Ins. (The picture above is from that post.)
I've shown you all that, but the truth is you can usually find us at our dining room table for book work. Some things, no matter how much space you have, never change.
Where do you "do" school? How do you organize all your homeschool materials?
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